Chief Sechele's 'strange mixture' was in fact African Christianity. Unlike other converts who were content to follow European Christianity, Sechele went back to the source and recreated it as an indigenous African religion. He threw away the European depiction of Christ, white with long straight hair, and carved a statue, with profuse African features, and long twisted braids to boot, as Jesus Christ!
The current African elite has no philosophy that governs its thinking, that shapes its intellect, that connects it organically to its people. The pharaonic elite were shaped by an African philosophy which was expressed in its most beautiful form by several of its greatest thinkers. We have here only presented two of them. The African elite needs to be reconstructed.
Don’t wait for your peers; don’t wait for an audience; do not wait for a sign in the sky; and do not wait even for inspiration; dedicate yourself to this gift guaranteed unto us by Amun. Let The Ancestors be your motivation. Then you will stand in the hall of The Gods; And the world will know your name; for you will burn with the stars of the night.
I think it would be wonderful to have an African Pope who hopefully will not call himself “Peter” or any derivation thereof so that we can move past the second “Doomsday” scenario now that the Mayans have been discredited.
The facts and forces that have led to the acceptance of Popular Government in the new African States post-colonial Occupation are partly of the...
In Africa, the human form has not been a prerequisite to holding rights. The oceans, rivers, forests, lands and ships still referred to in the feminine gender by traditional society, have long had an independent legal life, often with striking implications. African traditional law stands to teach us all – Africans as well - a great deal. It makes more sense than how the world is treating the environment.
The Supreme Court of the USA clings to a policy that has its origins rooted strongly in racism and xenophobia, against Black lives, and whose principal aim and effect has been to ruin the lives of generations of Black people for absolutely no particular reason but for the myth of 'whiteness' and to make the most money for its industrial capitalists.
The few African psychologists who have spoken out about this new research are of the view that racism itself is a practice of group membership carried to unacceptable excesses and consequences, and that these practices are rather taught to groups, and not naturally acquired by them.
We surround ourselves with beautiful things and things not so beautiful. Some have everlasting allure, and for others, the appeal fades as quickly as we received them.
Continued from part one. But Africa has not moved beyond a partial establishment of the principles of Maat in her pursuit of democracy, even...
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